From graphic novels and atlases to explorative non-fiction: Brighton publishing house Myriad Editions is reinventing the way we tell stories in the 21st century.
Since its inception in 1969, Pluto Press has become known for its groundbreaking left-wing literature – pushing the genre out of academia and into the real world.
After shaking up the Nigerian literary scene, Cassava Republic has now come to London: becoming the first African publisher to establish a subsidiary outside of the continent.
New York Times writer Molly Young and illustrator Joana Avillez team up for D C-T! – a new book celebrating the pandemonium of their hometown.
Based on a back street in Liverpool, Dead Ink is bringing a breath of fresh Northern air to a stale, London-obsessed publishing scene.
Founded in 2012, Jacaranda Books is bringing black culture to mainstream publishing, providing a space for writers that ‘cross racial, gender and cultural boundaries.’
Twin Peaks' cancellation left fans in limbo for 25 years. Now that a long-awaited return has cemented its cult status, co-creator Mark Frost is finally ready to offer some closure.
From Hunter S. Thompson’s scorching Nixon critiques to Ivanka Trump’s vapid self-help ventures – we round up the writing that will help you survive through to 2018.
The Shadow Attorney General shares her thoughts on ageing, abuse, and the toxic misogyny that’s still haunting the corridors of Parliament.
Before becoming one of the most notable authors of his generation, Dave Eggers was a professional painter and artist. For his latest book, Ungrateful Mammals, he returns to his roots.
Carlo Rovelli has been hailed as 'the man who makes physics sexy'. But beyond all the hype and accolades, he’s just a humble dude trying to figure out life.
Tabloids regularly publish covers that seem to defame, but they get away with it. Huck lawyer Alex Wade explores the line separating free speech and libel.